Join us and guest Rev. Dr. Wynnetta Wimberley (Director, Huldah Consulting) as we discuss ways to care for clergy and combat clergy depression.

The TheoTherapist Podcast, where we explore the intersections connecting theology and mental health. The TheoTherapist podcast is hosted by Dr. Ca Trice Glenn, practical theologian and licenced therapist.

Episode Timeline

00:42 Welcome

01:15 Dr. Wynnetta Wimberley’s Background

02:55 Integrating Theology and Therapy

07:01 Caring for Clergy Overview

09:00 Self-Care and Boundaries

12:31 Guiding Question: Clergy and Depression

18:00 Clergy Interdependence on Community

23:20 Supporting Clergy with “Safe Space”

28:40 Closing remarks

Podcast Host


Rev. Dr. Ca Trice Glenn, LPC


Through counseling, consulting and training, Dr. Glenn shares her passion for wellness and balance. Over the last 20 years, she has held leadership positions in the entertainment, corporate, information technology and counseling fields. In addition to her professional experience, she also lives out her life’s vocational calling as an ordained minister. Dr. Glenn uses her gifts to educate and care for others seeking holistic wellness. Through counseling, consulting and training, Dr. Glenn shares her passion for wellness and balance.

Podcast Guest


Rev. Dr. Wynnetta Wimberley


Reverend Wynnetta Wimberley, ThD is Founder and Executive Director of HULDAH Consulting, where she specializes in providing – care, counseling, and consulting with clergy. She is a Womanist pastoral theologian, clinically trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, marriage and family theory and spiritually based counseling. She is the Assistant Teaching Professor of Practical Theology in Pastoral Theology, Care and Counseling at Wake Forest School of Divinity in Winston-Salem, NC. She earned a ThD degree in Pastoral Theology, Care and Counseling, from Emory University; a Master of Theology and Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary; and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work, from Kean University. She is an ordained pastor in the American Baptist Churches, USA, and the author of Depression in African American Clergy.

What I’ve found is that clergy just simply want a safe space.

Dr. Wynnetta Wimberley